Posts Tagged ‘Louise King’

A Bouquet for You, May 1947

October 13, 2010

It’s been a while! Thanks to those of you who commented or emailed me to make sure everything was okay. I haven’t had any more mechanical or technical failures, just a lot of busy-ness. I wish I had more time to devote to this project–I could easily spend all day, every day on it. But I don’t think my kids or husband would appreciate that.

This is another episode of A Bouquet for You.

This CBS program, hosted by Franklyn McCormick, takes letters from listeners requesting songs and sends a bouquet to those whose letters are used on the air. One selected letter-writer who is also having an anniversary receives a “golden gift” of “beautifully matched rings in 14 karat gold.” Caesar Patrillo, Louise King and Billy Leach sing. The orchestra isn’t credited.

The songs performed are “Lady Be Good,” “Stormy Weather,” “That’s an Irish Lullaby,” “Home on the Range,” and “Little Gray Home in the West.”